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Tennessee league expands partnership with CO-OP
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (4/14/11)--CO-OP Financial Services and the Tennessee Credit Union League have expanded their 15-year marketing partnership to provide more services to 240 credit unions affiliated with the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based league. The Tennessee league through its marketing subsidiary, CU Services Inc., will add three services from the CO-OP payment processing line: CO-OP Signature Debit Processing, CO-OP ATM/PIN POS Debit Processing and CO-OP ATM Terminal Driving for management of ATM terminals and programs. Since 1996, the league has marketed CO-OP Shared Branching, a nationwide network of 4,200 credit union branches. It is also a representative of CO-OP Network, which has 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide, 9,000 of which take deposits. CO-OP Financial Services has more than 3,000 credit unions clients nationwide, including 50 in Tennessee.


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